30, November 2016
Prime Minister Philemon Yang will not be meeting with the Anglophone leaders today Wednesday November the 30th 2016. The Head of Government will represent President Biya at the Extraordinary Summit of the Economic Community of Central African States (CEEAC), which opens today in Libreville, Gabon.
Philemon Yang reportedly promised the new generation of Anglophone leaders that he was going to meet with them for a second round of dialogue today. But his political boss who has no feeling for the Anglophone community has decided to dispatch the Prime Minister to Gabon.
According to Alain-Claude Bilie-Bi Nzé, Gabonese Minister of Communication and government spokesperson, the Libreville summit will be devoted to peace and security in the sub-region. Specifically, at the summit in the Gabonese capital, the Heads of State, Government and delegations present will examine the situation of the Central African Republic, Cameroon and Chad. Important resolutions are therefore expected.
By Fru James in Yaounde
NB This reporter is not a staff of the Cameroon Concord News Group